By Discover Telford, 20 April 2017, 16:18PM
In conjunction with the exhibition running throughout May the artists are also hosting a study day in the House, ‘Traditional and Contemporary Equestrian Art at Weston Park’ where visitors can learn more about the importance of horses within the artworks, as well as having a special guided tour by Weston Park’s Curator & Head of Learning Gareth Williams.
Alison Wilson produces realistic scenes of animals and people interacting with one another, with meticulous attention to detail, reflecting her belief in the importance of traditional drawing skills. Glynis Mills produces striking artworks that showcase her varying skills in illustration, realism and printmaking that culminate in stunning equestrian scenes. Both artists take an alternative approach to their subject matter, resulting in a highly interesting and dynamic exhibition.
The Art Gallery is open 11am – 4pm.
To book onto the ‘Traditional and Contemporary Equestrian Art at Weston Park’ study day, please contact Julieanne McMahon on 01952 852130 or email